Come, Come, Come Upwards / 아제 아제 바라 아제 / Aje Aje Bara Aje
When you watch a lot of movies you often come across articles and reviews that talk about how Buddhism inspired this film or that. How an actor or actress had “zen" like patience during the fi...
Posted on October 14th, 2018
Sacred Spaces will attend yet another Tai Hang Fire Dragon Festival. According to the Tai Hong Dragon Festival Website (http://www.taihangfiredragon.hk):
"When the people of Tai Hang village miraculously stopped a plague with a fire dragon dance in t...
Posted on September 18th, 2018
Ju Ming, Tai Chi
Earlier this year Sacred Spaces sent out a small survey asking you all a few basic questions. One of the "lessons learned" from that exercise was that we were woefully neglecting Kowloon. Since then we've spent a lot of time plannin...
Posted on August 29th, 2018
Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences (HKMMS) / 香港醫學博物館
Health and Healthcare have always been a very important part of local Hong Kong Culture. During the early days of the Colonial Era, re-settling Chinese brought with them so-called TCM or "Tradit...
Posted on August 22nd, 2018
Taken from the Hong Kong Leisure Department’s website
Of all the Sacred Spaces in China, "Dunhuang / 敦煌" is among the most important. In recent times Dunhuang has become an umbrella term for a series of religious, historical, and archeological sites i...
Posted on August 9th, 2018
1/ We’ll gather at the Siu Hong MTR Station.
2/ There are several Light rail trains that will stop at Lam Tei / 藍地 where the monastery is located. Lam Tei is the NEXT stop on trains bound for the Yuen Long Light rail Terminus.
3/ Once at Lam Tei ...
Posted on July 28th, 2018
Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery / 妙法寺 from WikicommonsVisiting an ancient temple is an amazing experience. When you're there your mind often drifts back to earlier times when monks and nuns read their texts and chanted their sutras. Modern temples, on the o...
Posted on July 27th, 2018
One of the great things about organizing for Sacred Spaces is meeting and collaborating with those who are passionate about Hong Kong Culture. In that spirit, Sacred Spaces is launching a series of talks designed to create a platform for those who are ...
Posted on July 18th, 2018
Film Poster for To Whom It May Concern Ka Shen’s Journey
The FOURTH film in our Series titled: Chasing the Ghost of Suzie Wong
Within just two years Nancy Kwan had become the world’s most recognizable Chinese film star. Some have argued that she wa...
Posted on July 12th, 2018
Hong Kong Sacred Spaces viewing Organic Float by Bahk Seon Ghi located 1/F Cambridge House at Taikoo Place
Hong Kong Sacred Spaces Public Art Walk at Taikoo Place
Cyril Ma and Justin Santini
The following re...
Posted on July 10th, 2018